Four seniors volunteer their time and talents to design, research, and write an in-depth examination of a non-profit agency's economic impact on the community.
Jonathan Ng graduated as a junior from Knox and will spend the next two years earning his engineering degree from Washington University St. Louis as part of the 3-2 dual degree program.
Arts, biological sciences, cultural studies... Knox College's Green Oaks Term features multidisciplinary academics and everyday activities on the prairie.
More than 200 grade school students enrolled in 30 courses in the arts, humanities, mathematics and the sciences on the Knox campus in June for Knox College for Kids 2014.
Longtime faculty member says, "My job as an instructor is to help students unveil their innate intellectual and creative talents."
The Knox College Board of Trustees elected four new members at its meeting in June: Thomas V. Reilly, Isabelle Czarkowki Goossen, Keith Maskus and John Cusimano.
They've just picked up their bachelor's degrees, and now members of the Class of 2014 are launching careers, preparing for graduate school, and engaging in community service.
From renovation of historic spaces and high-tech facilities to everyday maintenance and repair, the KnoxWorks photo blog keeps an eye on campus projects at Knox College.
Knox College has been selected for a new initiative by the American Association of Colleges and Universities, to recruit more diverse students for technology-related courses.